New evidence of women's pension disadvantage
- TWO INCOME COUPLES: PRESUMPTION OF NEED FOR THE LOWER INCOME SPOUSE. Grassby, Miriam // Canadian Journal of Family Law;2004, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p321
The article examines the particular problems faced by spouses who are employed outside the home but earn significantly less than their partners. The article also analyzes why some spouses employed during marriage or who obtain employment after marriage breakdown receive support which will allow...
- Second among equals. Nalsmith, Iain // Money Marketing;11/24/2005, p62
The article presents the author's views on the issue of Scottish women's pensions, which has become a major political agenda in Scotland. The disparity in income between male and female pensioners is sharply outlined. Many women depend on their husbands for the bulk of their income, but with the...
- Wives' earnings. // Economic Trends (07482922);Jul95, p12
Reports on trends in wives' earnings in the United States as of July 1995. Role of women in supporting family income; Married couples with wife in paid labor force; Real median income by family type; Median share of family income earned by wife; Labor force participation and income contribution...
- `Big companies don't hire us, married women': Exploitation and empowerment among women workers... Kim, Seung-Kyung // Feminist Studies;Fall96, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p555
Reports on the structurally conflicted position of married women workers in South Korea. Conflict of demands from work and family; Neces
- Working wives' contributions to family incomes. Hayghe, Howard V. // Monthly Labor Review;Aug93, Vol. 116 Issue 8, p39
Describes how working wives' contributions to family income vary by specific characteristics, using information from the March Current Population Survey. Wives with earnings and their contributions to family incomes, by work experience in 1991, and race and Hispanic origin, March 1992; Wives'...
- Housing cost and married women's labor force participation in 1980. Starkey, James L.; Port, Barbara // Social Science Journal;1993, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p23
Empirically explores the relationship between intertemporal and intratemporal patterns of housing costs and the corresponding patterns of married women's labor force participation. Inflation dimension; Amenity dimension; Wive's earnings as significant determinant of homeownership; Data from the...
- Marital history, post-school age training and wages: Women's experience. Hill, Elizabeth T. // Social Science Journal;1994, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p127
Compares the acquisition, timing, and characteristics of education and training after the usual schooling age among women with differing marital histories. 1984 National Longitudinal Survey of Mature Women; Effect of training on wages.
- How women's jobs affect their families. // USA Today Magazine;Dec93, Vol. 122 Issue 2583, p7
Reports on a study on the effect of a woman's job on her marriage and children. Dependence on husband's employment situation; Compensation for husband's occupational difficulties; Assessment of marital problems; Frequency of behavioral problems in children; Positive effect of husband's overtime...
- Personal View. Lester, Eva // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);8/2/1986, Vol. 293 Issue 6542, p331
Presents several views on the employment of married women in medical profession. Labor condition of female pathologists; Evaluation on the status of part time female consultants; Career structure of consultant.